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    Like an hour ago, my mum asked me to take my sister to the park and I refused. I went to my bedroom. A few minutes later she called me down and took of her shoe so that she could throw it at me. I ran upstairs but my brothers were surrounding me. I cried and told her not to hit me. She called me down and I had to go orthings would have gotten worse. She then pulled my hair and threw me on the floor. And she pulled my hair and dragged me into the kitchen and punched me and kicked me. My brothers kept on laughing and kept mocking me. Is this meant to be normal? Or is this what your parents do when you dont listen to them? Should I tell someone?
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    Like an hour ago, my mum asked me to take my sister to the park and I refused. I went to my bedroom. A few minutes later she called me down and took of her shoe so that she could throw it at me. I ran upstairs but my brothers were surrounding me. I cried and told her not to hit me. She called me down and I had to go orthings would have gotten worse. She then pulled my hair and threw me on the floor. And she pulled my hair and dragged me into the kitchen and punched me and kicked me. My brothers kept on laughing and kept mocking me. Is this meant to be normal? Or is this what your parents do when you dont listen to them? Should I tell someone?
    I would get in touch with childline immediately
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    Huh? :lolwut: Sorry to hear. No , a parent should never do that to a kid whatsoever . I hope you are ok now

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    I would get in touch with child line, this is not meant to happen.

    I'm very sorry to hear that.
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    What they said call or contact childline onlune and let them talk you through it.
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    No that is entirely not normal sweetheart, and a young person should never have to take that from a parent. Is this common? And your brothers laughing at you is horrendous, they're meant to look out for their siblings.

    Like others said, I strongly recommend calling Childline.
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    It's not normal.
    Go call the police whenever that happens I guess I'm a bit late now. But physical abuse is never right. Actually any form of abuse is never right. I suggest you to talk to childline. 0800 1111

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    It's not normal.
    Go call the police whenever that happens I guess I'm a bit late now. But physical abuse is never right. Actually any form of abuse is never right. I suggest you to talk to childline. 0800 1111

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    To be kicked and punched and pulled by the hair is not normal.

    Parents can sometimes hit their children(not with weapons) but not leave any marks or cause harm by law.
 
 
 
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